A linguistic look at some tenets of Linux.
Merriam-Webster defines a tenet as "a principle, belief, or doctrine
generally held to be true; especially one held in common by members of an
organization, movement, or profession." As it happens, Linux is claimed by
two doctrines that are to some degree at odds: those of free software and
open source. This contention began when Eric S. Raymond published
"Goodbye, 'free software'; hello, 'open source'", on February
8, 1998. Here's an